New History of Economics Blog

21 September 2008 at 12:31 pm 1 comment

| Peter Klein |

It’s the History of Economics Playground, written by a team of young scholars in a charmingly irreverent style. “We will trade references. We will review books. We will bear witness to seminars and conferences. We will debate and gossip and express our feelings about life in scholarship.” Sounds like the program here at O&M. Except for this: “The terms of our senior colleagues and supervisors need not be our own.” Eh? What’s that? Speak up, sonny.

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  • 1. Nicolai Foss  |  22 September 2008 at 6:35 am

    Actually, there isn’t much distinctly history of econ on the blog, but (or ” and hence”) it is still quite amusing.

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